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Old 23rd October 2000, 09:04 AM
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Yin Yang DaimlerChrysler Requires ISO-14001

Today I received a letter from the VP of Supplier Quality at DC, dated 10/5/00.

This letter states that effective January 1, 2003, "DaimlerChrysler will require its suppliers to be third party registered to an environmental management system based on ISO-14001."


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Old 30th October 2000, 07:59 PM
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Me too! Got the letter on Saturday. They gave us until the end of 2002.

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Old 4th January 2001, 12:59 AM
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I have a letter from DaimlerChrysler dated Oct. 5/00 it reads:

Effective January 1, 2003, DaimlerChrysler will require its suppliers to be third party registered to an environmental management system based on ISO 14001.
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Old 4th June 2001, 04:26 PM
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Registration Requirement

I have heard that the Big 3 have or will sometime in the future require registration to the requirements of ISO-14000.
Does anyone have info on this. I haven't seen anything in writing.
The standard presently allows " a self-determination and self-declaration of conformance with the internationaal standard".
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Old 4th June 2001, 09:11 PM
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GM is apparently buying off on self declaration. The others (Ford, Chrysler) want 3rd party registration. Old news. Check their web sites or look in the archives here.
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Old 26th September 2001, 05:16 PM
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Question Big three requirements for ISO 14001

Hi everyone good day to ya'll. I have two questions to ask.

1. My company is ISO 14001 certified in addition to QS 9000. We are a Tier one supplier to the big three and then some. My question is: Is there a memo, document or anything from the big three (3) that states registration / certification to ISO 14001 is a must. I looked up the AIAG site but found nothing. Is there a web site I can go to?? Reaon for this question is the higher ups (it's always them) want to scrap the program.

2. Can I get samples of good flowcharts to guide me in establishing PPAP requirements. One from a Supplier's point of view and one from a customer's point of view. Naturally I do not have a budget nor have I had any training except I have read the PPAP manual.

Any and all help is appreciated. Thanks in advance.
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Old 26th September 2001, 06:21 PM
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If you're a Tier 1 supplier to the Big 3 you ought to already have all the documentation you need. This issue was addressed by the back in '99 when they told all their Tier 1's to do this. There is a pretty good trail of the discussions we had here in the Forum archives I think. Just search back to 1999 and follow what we said then.

I can tell you this though. If your top guys want to quit 14K to save money or make it easy tell them to forget getting money from those other guys. Ford has stated in no uncertain terms. No 14K-No moola. The others are about the same. Oh yeah to varying degrees so are the Japanese, Koreans, Germans and most of the rest of the civilized industrial world of automakers. Either get in the boat or learn to tread water. There are probably other companies waiting in the wings to fill your spot.

What never ceases to amaze me is how when people get to the TOP they automatically become smarter or sharper businessmen through osmosis, or the water, or through the crak they share in the boys room.

Tell them peeing and moaning about 14K with the Big 3 is a dead horse that doesn't need to be beaten anymore.

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Old 2nd October 2001, 04:27 PM
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Money Big three requirements for ISO 14001

Here is what we are telling folks about the Big Three Requirements:

Ford
•At least one manufacturing site from each production and non-production supplier must be third-party registered by December 31, 2001, and all manufacturing sites shipping products by July 1, 2003
General Motors
•All suppliers must implement an EMS by December 31, 2002 that is third-party certified or self-certified through a written declaration by a responsible executive. Third- party confirmation is strongly preferred.
DaimlerChrysler
•All suppliers must be third-party registered to an EMS based on ISO 14001 by January 1, 2003. The requirements of the EMS do not need to be established independently of the Quality Management System.

Hope it helps. Also, we have used ISO 14K to "find" real dollars in customer operations! In many cases, it more than paid for the effort.
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